The Politics of Code in Art

 

Lumen, V&A Digital Futures and Camberwell College of Arts are pleased to be collaborating on this special event which will explore code as a powerful tool for encouraging critical discussions and debate around political and social change.

 

Join our evening of presentations showing how artistic/creative practices are used to engage with questions of power, control, technological bias and more.

  

Bringing together artists, researchers, technologists and students, this event on May 16 will provide an open platform to discuss the opportunities and possibilities surrounding art and technology.

 

Please book your free tickets on Eventbrite

 

Programme

 

5:00 – Event opens

 

6:10 – Introductions by: Jonathan Kearney, Artist & Postgraduate Programme Director & Course Leader MA Fine Art Digital / Carla Rapoport, Director of the Lumen Prize for Digital Art / Irini Papadimitrou, Manager, Digital Programmes, V&A

 

6:20 -Decoding London: Telling the Stories of the City through Data.

  

Foteini Aravani, Digital Curator, Museum of London and Lumen Jury Panel member.

  

6:30 – Artist Talks featuring Tadej Droljc, Fabio Dartizio, Rachel Ara and Stanza

  

6:50 - Student demos


7:00 – Q&A

 

7:15 – 9pm – Drinks/Networking – in Camberwell UAL canteen.

 

 

 Hope to  see you there!